Our Impact creates awareness to highlight causes affecting communities through the use of cinematography. We achieve this by having our own film crew and state of the art film capture devices. The themes highlighted in our films are evidence driven and visual media allows us to have a wide reach. Thus, our high aesthetic photography, and 4K cinematic technology helps us to deliver stunning projects that captures audience attention and delivers solutions to a growing and demanding digital environment.
Film Reel 2020
A selection of films curated by OUR IMPACT film studios. OUR IMPACT works on a very diverse spectrum of films that creates awareness to community and individual needs or matters in the public’s interest.
NHS COVID Helpers
Short film looking at NHS volunteers playing their part to give back to the community and protect lives. We spend a day with these volunteers and find out what it is like working during these uneasy times.
Understanding the Autism Spectrum’
‘Young Sutton Voices: Understanding the Autism Spectrum’ is an upcoming short film on autism awareness within the London Borough of Sutton. The project is being put together in association with Cognus Limited and Volunteer Centre Sutton. The project will be premiering in London Borough of Sutton’s first ever Autism Festival and exclusive screening being shown at Empire Cinema. The video here is promotional material for the film.
“Click Bait” aimed to explore the impact and different consequences associated with the internet. This project was created for human rights organisation, 7 Billion Today. The film uncovered the prevalence of violence, mental health symptoms and self harm as a result of online abuse.
Byron Goodwin stars in this short film on the realities of alcoholism and mental health. Fighting off his apparition or Is Michael seeing double or living a double life in another person.
“Black Gold” is an fast paced, full new feature length film, brought to you in collaboration with Shed Studios. Black Gold aims to highlight issues such as socioeconomic determinants of health, mental health, addiction, gender based abuse in a future where coffee has been classified as an illicit drug.